Airbus wants to grow the charter market for its corporate jet line and has gained recent approvals from FAA, European Aviation Safety Agency and General Authority of Civil Aviation of Saudi Arabia for Part 135 operations of its ACJ318 and ACJ319, as well as Civil Aviation Administration of China backing for the ACJ319. Corporate jet variants of passenger aircraft, including Airbus and Boeing models, are generally considered impractical for the charter market because they do not meet Part ...
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